EUPCL: Our principles

In order to achieve our ambition we have defined five principles.

1. Holistic view

Understandig interdependence and connectivity; the altruistic mindset as the best strategy for personal and collective well-being.

2. Inner peace

developing a stable, clear and peaceful mindset. This is something that can be trained and developed.

3. Real connection

Taking individual and collective responsibility, social inclusion, genuine collaboration and strengthening positive relations.

4. Leading by example

Building a shared purpose and a collective vision with fellow-leaders. It is about actively becoming part of the solution.

5. Courage to act

Transforming a collective vision into reality and the courage to act. Here we will accelerate great ideas into sustainable solutions.

‘I maintain that nothing useful and
lasting can emerge from violence’

Shirin Ebadi (Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2003)

Founding supporters

Université du Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg is a public research university with an international, multilingual and interdisciplinary character. Founded in 2003, the university has already built a reputation as
being among the best young universities in the world.

Garrison Institute

A non-profit, non-sectarian organization located in New York and the Netherlands, that is committed to harnessing the power of contemplative wisdom and practice to build a more compassionate and resilient future for all.

Miami University John E. Dolibois European Center

Miami University Dolibois European Center or Miami University John E. Dolibois European Center, is an overseas campus of Miami University, and based in Differdange, in south-western Luxembourg.

The board

  • Lama Jigmé Namgyal – President
  • François Carbon – Vice President
  • Sander Tideman – Executive Director
  • Henco van der Weijden – Operational Director
  • Thierry Leterre – Secretary
  • Raymond Manes – Treasurer

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